Nonfiction Monday is here today

Welcome to Nonfiction Monday at books together! I'm delighted to be hosting today. Please leave me a comment with a link to your post for Nonfiction Monday; I'll update this post to include your links at various times throughout the day. Thanks for visiting, and for participating in this edition of Nonfiction Monday.

Good morning!

At Just One More Book!, Mark and Andreachatted about two non-fiction children's books this week: Dr. White and There's a Babirusa in My Bathtub.

Great Kid Books reviews two nonfiction books for young dog lovers in Puppy Love.

Jennifer of Jean Little Library reviews White Owl, Barn Owl by Nicola Davies.

In honor of Read Across America, Lori Calabrese takes a look at "The Seuss, the Whole Seuss, and Nothing but the Seuss!"

After lunch

MotherReader has a book review of Unite or Die.

Jen Robinson is in with a review of Bubble Homes and Fish Farts.

Anastasia Suen has a fiction/nonfiction pair plus activities inHappy Birthday, Dr. Seuss!

Valerie at Not Enough Acres Farm posted about a cute nonfiction polar bear book.

Another title (Eleanor, Quiet No More) is up on the ACPL Mock Sibert blog! (From Mandy.)

At Book Scoops, the Doublescoop of the month (where Cari and Holly review a book together) is Nic Bishop's Spiders.

Abby (the) Librarian has a post about seeing three history book authors (Sally M. Walker, Larry Day. and Candace Fleming) at an event last week in History Night at Anderson's Bookshop.

Amanda at A Patchwork of Books has three books today, all on dogs and cats.

Jone shares something professional:  a great book for library media specialists about how to teach comprehension in the library.


Tricia highlights the NSTA's list of Outstanding Science Trade Books for 2009 at The Miss Rumphius Effect.

Kimberly at lectitans posted about Karen Kingston's Clear Your Clutter with Feng Shui (not a kid book, says Kimberly, but kid-friendly).

Jennie kicks off Graphic Novel Week at Biblio File with a review of Journey into Mohawk Country.

Claire at StoryForce posts about Students on Strike: Jim Crow, Civil Rights, Brown, and Me.  The voice in this one is so strong, says Claire, that "teenagers today will feel like they are marching, too."